Gleensk viaduct, co Kerry (1893)

One of the many spectacular structures from the Farranfore to Cahirsiveen and Valentia Island railway, opened 1893, closed 1960. The Gleensk viaduct carried the track on a tight curve over the Gleensk river ravine between Kells and Glenbeigh. Here is the map link.

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